Daniel Keller

The Mobility Revolution: Enhancing the Relationship with Your Car

Key Learnings

  • Major digital trends that are driving the car industry forward
  • Future car concepts that are shaping vehicle design
  • How mobility as a service will impact the future
  • Electrification and intelligent personalized assistants
  • Virtual and augmented reality in automotive

Description

Imagine a world where all your mobility needs are conveniently accessed through an app on your smartphone and delivered by autonomous vehicles with zero emissions, zero ownership and zero accidents. This is the reality the automotive industry is waking up to today.

We believe that customer and user experience is the new brand and we will highlight the key trends and use-cases.


Date: Wednesday, October 16th
Time: 13:00 - 13:45
Location: Hall 10

Speaker

Daniel Keller

Interaction Designer - AR/VR Expert , Luxoft

Daniel works as a part of the Creative Lab of Luxoft / DXC, he is responsible for Automotive Innovation projects at Luxoft. The focus is to develop state of the art and process optimized solutions for future InCar Infotainment.
Currently he is working with Virtual and Augmented Reality for Autonomous Car HMIs.
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June 2017 to present
Creative Technologist at Luxoft. Responsible for Augmented / Virtual Reality Projects. Working with new Technologies in the Creative Lab.
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March 2015 to August 2016
Working Student at Luxoft. Responsible for new Technologies, Creative Technology Projects and Motion Design.
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September 2013 to September 2016
Bachelor graduate Interaction Design at Hochschule für Gestaltung Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany. Courses taken included: UI Design, UX Design, Motion Design, Prototyping, Programming, Typography
Exchange Semester 2015-2016 University of Advancing Technology in Phoenix Arizona. Couses taken included: Game Design, Game Programming, Digital Logic Design, Robotics, Introduction to Game Engines.